Welcome to the Top Ten City Projects List

The following City projects are identified as Top 10 due to their significant impact on citizens and our community at large. These projects also have a significant impact through City departments, guiding their work efforts and collaboration. Below is an alphabetical list of each project, their objectives, and a contact name should you have further questions or comments. Stop back to this page in the future to see progress and development on these projects.  


 

2025 Downtown Development Plan

This project will build on the merits and successes of the 2015 downtown plan to develop a vision and guiding principles for downtown Sioux Falls through 2025. The creation of the plan will depend on public engagement and stakeholder input to craft goals and outcomes for the future.

More: 2025 Downtown Development Plan | Contact Dustin Powers


City Hall Renovation

The project objectives are to improve customer service to the public, maximize department and inter-department collaboration, create more consistent, quality work-space, standardize office space and create an environment that promotes employee wellbeing.

More: Contact Lance Weatherly
 

City Wide Aquatic Facilities Master Plan Implementation

The purpose of the Citywide Aquatic Facility Master Plan was to develop an implementation plan that includes recommendations on the types, sizes and locations of the public aquatic facilities within Sioux Falls for the next 10 years.
TSP Inc. and Counsilman-Hunsaker and Associates were hired in July 2013 to produce conceptual drawings of an indoor and outdoor aquatic facility at Spellerberg Park. The drawings have been completed and are available on the webpage.

More:  City Wide Aquatic Facilities Master Plan Implementation |  Contact Tory Miedema

 

Emergency Preparedness

The purpose of this project is to improve the City’s response to disasters with the enhancement of the incident command system and the development of department specific continuity plans.

More: Contact Regan Smith

 

Events Center

The purpose of this project is to build a quality multipurpose facility that will host sporting events, concerts, conventions, banquets, etc., and that will improve the quality of life and stimulate economic return to the citizens of Sioux Falls. For additional questions or comments you may contact Kendra Siemonsma.

More: Events Center Project PageContact Kendra Siemonsma 

 

iDrive (Financial Management) Initiative

The purpose of this project is to modernize service delivery, improve information flow, and reduce the cost of business through the use of new technology. For additional questions or comments you may contact Krista Stuessi.

More: Contact Krista Stuessi

 

Land Management Integration

The purpose of this project is to create greater functionality in business operations through the integration of current land management systems. For additional questions or comments you may contact Debra Gaikowski.

More: Contact Debra Gaikowski

 

Live Well Sioux Falls

The purpose of this project is to improve health, reduce health disparities, and control health care spending by supporting community efforts to reduce heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. For additional questions or comments you may contact Alicia Collura.

More: Live Well Sioux Falls Page |  Contact Alicia Collura

 

Downtown Sioux Falls Rail Yard Redevelopment

The purpose of this project is to assess the feasibility of removing the rail yard out of downtown and determine options for its relocation. This would then create a redevelopment opportunity in the core part of downtown. For additional questions or comments you may contact Josh Peterson.

More: Rail Yard Redevelopment PageContact Josh Peterson 

 

Subdivision Annexation Project

The purpose of the Subdivision Annexation project is to complete the annexation of identified properties and subdivisions. Completing these annexations will ensure orderly growth within the city, provide adequate municipal services, and maintain equal benefits to both annexed areas and existing city properties.

More: Contact Debra Gaikowski